Here you will find all the key information, forms and resources needed to run the John Muir Award
Download the new Information Handbook to find out everything you need to know to run the John Muir Award - for leaders, teachers and volunteers.
The Proposal Form is key to planning and delivering the John Muir Award. It enables us to agree, confirm and register your John Muir Award involvement. Use it for Discovery, Explorer and Conserver level.
Send a copy of your Proposal Form at least 2 weeks before the start of your activity.
Use this to record your experiences during your John Muir Award activity. Draw, sketch or paint. Write quotes, stories, songs, names of things, poetry, or make rough notes to remind you of what you've done. Stick things in it. This can be your personal memento of what you've done.
Four Challenge Review
Before requesting your certificates, make sure that each person has met John Muir Award Criteria. You can use this simple Four Challenge Review to help gauge this.
NB This is an optional part of the process. In some instances e.g. large groups, we may request that this activity is included in a Proposal Form.